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Stainless Steel Pastry Cutter

Handy tool allows you to cut fluted edges from dough. Sturdy stainless-steel construction comes with a hanging loop for easy storage. Hand wash. 6½" L, wheel 1½" diam.Read More

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Handy tool allows you to cut fluted edges from dough. Sturdy stainless-steel construction comes with a hanging loop for easy storage. Hand wash. 6½" L, wheel 1½" diam.

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  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimension: 6½" L, wheel 1½" diam.
  • Material: Stainless steel
BENEFITS:
  • Handy tool allows you to cut fluted edges from dough.
  • Sturdy stainless-steel construction comes with a hanging loop for easy storage.
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I used it in the class I took at Sur la Table
Deborah Y on Aug 24, 2014
good for pastry
Carmen R O on Aug 19, 2014
I love baking pies and have no way of making a fluted edge.
CINTHYA C on Aug 20, 2014
I make sugar cookies, scones, and Pierogis with my kids and this will make it so much easier for them to help me cut out shapes and dough.
Nina D on Aug 17, 2014
Where is this item made?
i k on Aug 5, 2014
Best Answer: "Stainless steel" appears on the backside of the neck; that is the only printing on the device, nothing about country of origin. I have discarded the hangtag, it might have been mentioned there.
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